Maintenance Report

Canon EF&Canon FD 55mm f/1.2 S.S.C.&ZoomFD100-200mm f/5.6 S.C.Cleaning Part 2!



at first

I’m sorry

Because we can’t speak english

I am using DeepL translate, so it may be a strange sentence, but I would like you to understand

Thank you

We have cleaned the Canon EF camera & Canon FD55mm f/1.2 S.S.C. & Zoom FD 100-200mm f/5.6 S.C. lenses that we purchased.

Continuing from the previous article, this time we will introduce the cleaning of Canon Zoom FD100-200mm f/5.6 S.C. lens.

Clean the entire lens of dust with a blower.

Wipe the outside with anhydrous ethanol.

Zoom moving parts are also carefully examined.

Clean the front lens.

Use a cotton swab for the rear lens.

Clean the supplied lens filter and filter case.

Clean the lens cap.

Check the lens case.

Cleaning is complete.

This time the cleaning was of a variety.

It was a set of two lenses in addition to the body. It was quite a vintage camera, and although it took some time, I was able to clean it up nicely.

The body is a Canon EF, an SLR camera released in 1973, but then the EF name appeared on the lens, which seems to be Electro-Focus, and I can’t help but wonder about the origin of the EF name for this camera! I’m so curious about the origin of the EF name of this camera!

I can’t figure it out after looking it up, and it’s hazy in my mind.

But I have a feeling that all the haze will blow away if I shoot with this beautifully cleaned camera set!

If you have something on your mind, please use this camera set to get rid of it!

Writer T.Okumura